What to See and Do
photo by Waterman’s Landing
- Don’t miss the Snowfest Polar Bear Swim in early March
- Sip on a world-famous Wet Woody on the sundrenched deck of Gar Woods Grill and Pier
- Enjoy the smooth rock beach at Patton Landing – dogs are welcome here.
- Stroll to and relax on the flat and sandy Carnelian Bay Beach and watch beautiful wooden boats come in and out of Sierra Boat Company
- Rent a paddle board or kayak or outrigger canoe at Watermans Landing and enjoy Lake Tahoe from a different perspective
photo by Tahoe Mountain Sports
- Hang out at the beach at Sandy Beach, Moondunes Beach, and others and enjoy the shallow, sandy access into the lake – great for families!
- Visit the North Tahoe Regional Park where you can play disc golf, hike, picnic, play tennis or baseball in the summer and cross country ski, snowshoe or sled in the winter (weather and conditions permitting).
- Stroll through and patronize beautiful Perrenial Nursery
- Take a flow arts or yoga class at Tahoe Flow Arts Studio
- Play at the Ropes Course at the North Tahoe Regional Park.
- Stay at one of many charming lakeside lodging properties.
- Pamper yourself at full service day spa, North Lake Massage & Skin Care
Old Brockway Golf Course
Lookout Point, Crystal Bay
- Hike to Lookout Point for spectacular Lake Tahoe views (take Reservoir Drive to second right at Lakeview Avenue,stay left at the Y on Lakeview. Continue .6 miles to the fire road entrance on the left)
- THE spot for nightlife and live music at Tahoe Biltmore and Crystal Bay Club casinos (and the historic Cal-Neva, which is closed for renovations)
- Bike or hike the Flume Trail
- Enjoy the Shakespeare at Sand Harbor in one of the world’s most scenic outdoor ampitheatres
- Try your luck at the local casinos
- Drive along the east shore of Lake Tahoe and stop to walk among the iconic east shore boulders
- Book a Thunderbird Lodge tour
- Cross country ski or snowshoe at Spooner Lake
- Visit the Lake Tahoe Overlook on Mount Rose Hwy 431
- Picnic, fish, kayak, paddleboard, boat, relax and explore Sand Harbor State Park